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... wearing Aussie glasses and other Aussie related clothing.
So we did just that.
Looking a bit what you might think of as far-right protester, we went to Port Noarlunga, the beautiful local beach to celebrate all things Australia. The weather wasn't very Australian, but we made do and met a few of Brian and Mandy's friends.
It was a good day, lots of cricket, Australian football, frisbee and beer.
... boat turned up there too. The dolphins were moving along the shore away from us so we walked back to the road and followed them, walked up a hill so we could see them a bit better. As we were walking along a guy turned up and said we should go on the ocean safari boat, turned out he owned it. He said he’d do us a deal if we decided we wanted to go on later. Also said we should walk down onto the rocks to see the dolphins better.
We walked ...
... In the afternoon we headed to visit my family in Noarlunga Downs. My aunt is visiting from Scotland and it was great to see them all again. They didn't tell my aunt we were coming so she got a surprise when we knocked on the door! We took the scenic route home and got back in time for dinner.
To be continued...
... the summit area burnt out, destroying all buildings and homes. The heat was so intense that the fire tower bent. 27 people lost their lives on that day of 40 C heat, less than 10% humidity and 100+ km/hr winds. Our evening show at the ship was the Tunanda Town Band, from the Barossa Valley North of here. It has been active since about 1853, longer than any other brass band in the Southern Hemisphere. They were ...
So, not much to report yet...because I'm yet to leave.
At home, listening to the rain falling softly on my precious bikes, parked outside on the bloody trailer! They'd normally be safe under cover, but the one night they have to be outside, it rains. Sheesh,
Well...the 4WD needs new front wheel bearings but I ran out of time. The bikes are on the trailer but ...